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I'm not positive, but i believe this was her final appearance on WML before her death.

An episode of CBS-TV's "What's My Line" from 1965. This was a popular game show. Mystery guest in this episode is Andy Griffith. Complete with the original commercials for spark plugs, washing machines and hosiery. (I believe this is public domain because it wasn't registered for copyright and doesn't seem to feature a copyright notice. I hope I am correct on this, as I might be wrong)
Topics: Classic TV, Television, What's My Line, Andy Griffith, 1960s, Game show, Panel show, Panel game,...

I'm not positive, but i believe this was her final appearance on WML before her death.

Classic TV
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Bill Cullen had a long and lucrative career on game shows, not only was he the host of "The Price...

1957 episode of "The Price is Right" complete with original commercials.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Game Show, Shows, Series, Prizes,...

Bill Cullen had a long and lucrative career on game shows, not only was he the host of "The Price...

Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
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Only watchable through OGG Video.

15 eps
Topic: classictv

Only watchable through OGG Video.

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Very funny! Steves shows were always well done, and lots of good laughs even 57 years later!

An episode of "The Steve Allen Show", a variety show aired in prime-time on NBC. This copy is complete with the original commercials. Highlights include Don Adams doing a comedy routine, Errol Flynn doing a parody of "To Tell the Truth" and Martha Raye doing a spoof of "Your Hit Parade". Note: black-and-white copy of color/colour broadcast. Audio sync is imperfect at times.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Steve Allen Show, Steve Allen, Don Adams, Errol Flynn, Martha Raye, 1957

Very funny! Steves shows were always well done, and lots of good laughs even 57 years later!

Classic TV
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I have the entire series on DVD but anytime i see an episode of this show, i'll watch it! This was...

Season 2 episode #35 Hustling the Hustler from October 24, 1962.
Topics: The Dick Van Dyke Show, Classic TV, 1960's

I have the entire series on DVD but anytime i see an episode of this show, i'll watch it! This was...

Classic TV
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According to IMDB, this was the last episode of this show, air date unknown, but sometime in...

Episode of the classic TV series "The Morey Amsterdam Show", Also featuring Art Carney. This episode features a comedy song sung by Morey Amsterdam, A comedic dance number, a young lady singing a song called "Stay With the Happy People", a sketch about Television, and a parody of ballet. This copy is missing some footage and is in bad shape. Morey Amsterdam later appeared as a regular on "The Dick Van Dyke Show".
Topics: Morey Amsterdam, Art Carney, Classic TV, Classic Television, Old Time Television, Variety Show

According to IMDB, this was the last episode of this show, air date unknown, but sometime in...

Classic TV
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Well worth watching! Bob Cummings as a gunslinger, and a very young Micheal Landon getting ready to...

Robert Cummings (Love that Bob) plays a gunslinger trying to leave his life of violence behind and find acceptance in a peaceful town. But violence follows him from Texas in the form of a badman. Michael Landon plays an impressionable teenager that lookcs up to the gunslinger. Season 5, Episode 26 (March 24, 1957)
Topics: General Electric Theater, Bob Cummings, Michael Landon, Classic TV, Western, G.E. Theater

Well worth watching! Bob Cummings as a gunslinger, and a very young Micheal Landon getting ready to...

The Video Cellar Collection
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It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of...

This is a failed pilot for a "Three Stooges" TV show. The concept of the show was that the Stooges would try a new profession each show. In this episode they are interior decorators. Features Moe, Larry and Shemp
Topics: Classic TV, The Three Stooges, Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Shemp Howard, Failed Pilot, Kinoscope

It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of...

Classic TV
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Wouldn't load for me either,and then i tried the new player and it worked fine!

Episode #435, "The Game Room" - Please visit the Official Ozzie & Harriet Facebook page and click the LIKE button. This would be the page that the Nelson family is involved with.
Topics: Classic TV, Ozzie & Harriet, Ricky Nelson

Wouldn't load for me either,and then i tried the new player and it worked fine!

Classic TV
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I haven't seen this show since i was a kid, and it sure isn't near the quality or entertainment...

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I haven't seen this show since i was a kid, and it sure isn't near the quality or entertainment...

Prelinger Archives
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As a retired GM employee, id love to see days like that again when GM was so important not just in...

General Motors celebrates production of 50 millionth automobile with a parade through Flint, Michigan.
Topic: Car culture: Ceremonies
GM

As a retired GM employee, id love to see days like that again when GM was so important not just in...

Classic TV
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This is a great show and all the episodes are worth watching, one of the best sit coms of the 50s....

Love That Bob Ep 5x10 Bob Butters Beck, Beck Butters Better
Topics: Love That Bob, Classic TV

This is a great show and all the episodes are worth watching, one of the best sit coms of the 50s....

Classic TV
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Frank Cady appears in this episode as Mr Baxter, the Hardware store owner, with a full head of hair...

A classic television comedy episode called "The Odd Bolt", from the popular 1950's sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". I can't find out the date this was shown though. Includes commercials for Listerine.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Comedy, Humor, Sitcom, 50s, 1950s, 1950's, 50's, Fifties, ABC Television...

Frank Cady appears in this episode as Mr Baxter, the Hardware store owner, with a full head of hair...

Classic TV
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As the World Turns was filmed live,so as the first reports of Kennedys assassination were heard,...

Long running CBS soap opera.From November 22,1963,so there will be interuptions.
Topics: Classic TV, 1963, Dallas, breaking news bulletin

As the World Turns was filmed live,so as the first reports of Kennedys assassination were heard,...

Classic TV
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A good episode of Ozzie and Harriet, good to watch at this time of year...

Ozzie and Harriet, Season 6, Episode 11: Christmas Tree Lot Original Air Date—18 December 1957 David and Rick decide to earn some extra cash to buy Christmas presents by opening up a Christmas tree lot, but soon discover that being a small-time entrepreneurs is a lot more involved than they had realized. In 3-D with glasses with red on the left and cyan (blue) on the right.
Topics: Ozzie and Harriet, Christmas Tree Lot, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Nelson, Christmas, Chrismas Tree, 3D,...

A good episode of Ozzie and Harriet, good to watch at this time of year...

Classic TV
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It was a big joke back at that time that it was said that Perry Como never moved his lips while...

1954 episode of the Classic TV program "The Perry Como Show", with the Perry Como giving live performances of the hits of the day. As with most live TV shows of the 50's, The copyright was NOT renewed. Includes original commercials for Chesterfield cigarettes.
Topics: The Perry Como Show, Classic TV, Perry Como, Chesterfield cigarettes, 50's TV, 1950's TV, Fifties TV

It was a big joke back at that time that it was said that Perry Como never moved his lips while...

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I never heard of this show and for that matter never knew that Merv Griffin ever hosted a game...

An episode of the game show "Play Your Hunch". This is a prime-time episode, and according to IMDb, aired 20 June 1962. Featuring special guest Kaye Ballard. Hosted by Merv Griffin. Original commercials intact. Please note that while this episode is public domain, the film excerpted in one segment is not.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Play Your Hunch, 1960s, 60s, Sixties, Game Show, Game Shows, Merv Griffin

I never heard of this show and for that matter never knew that Merv Griffin ever hosted a game...

Classic TV
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Quite right Michael,the set used for this show was a carbon copy of the Nelsons house,and the...

You'll see why Ozzie wants to delay having the house painted until Thorny is out of town. Meanwhile, Ricky is given permission to redecorate his half of the bedroom---much to David's dismay. The way that Thorny goes about threatening to sue Ozzie is funny: "Of course, it'd be a dirty shame to waste this lovely weather in a musty old courtroom. I think my old friend Judge Hopkins is on the bench. The man you beat in the playoffs at the Rotary Club golf tournament. You know, the one you...
Topics: Ozzie & Harriet, classic tv, Don DeFore, Frank Cady

Quite right Michael,the set used for this show was a carbon copy of the Nelsons house,and the...

Classic TV
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I used to watch this in reruns in the early 80s when all night television first became available...

Back to the 50's with a half hour show hosted by Art Linkletter.Contestants are asked to do all sorts of crazy things, proving that PEOPLE ARE FUNNY!
Topics: PEOPLE ARE FUNNY, Art Linkletter, fifties shows

I used to watch this in reruns in the early 80s when all night television first became available...

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Morey always said that playing Buddy Sorrell in the Dick Van Dyke Show was the easiest gig he ever...

Simple & unpretentious early television series, starring Morey Amsterdam and broadcast on the DuMont Network. Also appearing in this episode are Art Carney, singer Vic Damone, Jacqueline Susann (in an acting role) and dancers Mary Raye and Naldi. Despite what the review says there is only a single commercial, which runs about 2 minutes, and a couple of brief mentions of the sponsor elsewhere. (Note: the series previously aired on CBS. This is the first DuMont-aired episode)
Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1940s, 40s, Early Television, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, The Morey...

Morey always said that playing Buddy Sorrell in the Dick Van Dyke Show was the easiest gig he ever...

Sports Videos
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It was fun to watch this, what a powerhouse the Detroit Lions were in those days! I remember my Dad...

This is the 1957 nfl championship game synced with NBC's original radio broadcast. It's by no means perfect but you get a pretty good feel for the game.
Topics: Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, 1957, NFL, Championship Game, NBC, Radio, Sports, Video, Original...

It was fun to watch this, what a powerhouse the Detroit Lions were in those days! I remember my Dad...

Classic TV Commercials
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Samuel J Seymour was 96 years old on February 8, 1956 when he appeared on this show as the only...

Episode of the Classic TV game show "I've Got a Secret" with Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Features original commercials for Winston Cigarettes, With the host and Desi Arnaz both plugging the product.
Topics: Classic TV, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, I Love Lucy, Game Show, 50's Television, Fifties, 1950's

Samuel J Seymour was 96 years old on February 8, 1956 when he appeared on this show as the only...

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Entertaining show, well worth a look!

An average episode of the early 1950s sitcom "The Trouble with Father". I'm not sure if I got the episode title or date right, but it does feature some of the original commercials (more fun than you'd think) and a plot line that shows the more things change, the more they stay the same. In this episode, Stu ends up co-owning a Dress-shop. I hope the picture quality isn't too awful.
Topics: Classic TV, TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Stu Erwin, Sitcom, Comedy,...

Entertaining show, well worth a look!

Classic TV
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When i viewed this clip, theres a black square covering about 1/3 of the screen!

Promo Hootenanny ABC-TV 1963 Saturday Night
Topics: Promo, Hootenanny, Classic TV

When i viewed this clip, theres a black square covering about 1/3 of the screen!

Classic TV
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Right on pauls son, well said!!

Another episode of "I've Got a Secret", complete with original commercials.
Topics: Classic TV, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Television, Game Show, Game Shows

Right on pauls son, well said!!

Classic TV
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Great show, as all of the episodes of "Man with a Camera" were!

After several murder wittneses meet with deadly accidents, Mike Kovac uses his camera to apprehen the killer. Air Date;1-4-60
Topic: Charles Bronson-Camera-Mike Kovac

Great show, as all of the episodes of "Man with a Camera" were!

Classic TV
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Why the low rating(s)? This was a great series!

Episode 16 Lucky Silva wants to bring all organized crime into one organization. His obstacle? The old guard Italian mobsters.

Why the low rating(s)? This was a great series!

Classic TV
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Not a great episode of Dragnet, or Badge 714 as it was called in this episode, but still well worth...

Friday and Romero investigate the theft of narcotics from a Catholic Hospital. Season 1, Episode 2 (1952) Last appearance by Barton Yarborough, who had died in late December 1951.
Topics: Classic TV, Dragnet

Not a great episode of Dragnet, or Badge 714 as it was called in this episode, but still well worth...

Classic TV
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Thats only partially true, when the animation team of Hanna-Barbera created the Flintstones, the...

No foolin'! A cigarette commercial with the Flintstones! And people threw a fit about Joe Camel!
Topics: commercial, cigarettes, cartoon, Flintstones

Thats only partially true, when the animation team of Hanna-Barbera created the Flintstones, the...

The Video Cellar Collection
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Thanks to whoever uploaded this, i found it enjoyable to watch, very much like Dragnet and M Squad,...

This is a 1959 episode of a police drama called "Police Station". This show dealt with the day-to-day goings on in the Precinct 11 Station. 39 episodes were made and the show was syndicated. Very few episodes survive. IMDB only lists two of them here . The story in this episode follows conflicting stories about what happened during a teenage gang war and the arrest of an elderly con woman. Contains original ads.
Topics: Classic TV, Police, Police Station, Sandy Howard, Harvey Bernhard

Thanks to whoever uploaded this, i found it enjoyable to watch, very much like Dragnet and M Squad,...

Classic TV
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Wasn't a bad show really,Alan Young was a better fit than these people, but its by no means...

The concept was good but the casting was not. All were sent home except Mr. Ed who remained in his strall. The casting of the "voice: of Mr. Ed was "Rocky Lane, a 1940's singing cwboy from Republic studios who took up residence at the creator's home on the sofa". said Alan Young in an interview. He didn't get credit for the voice because at first he didn't want to be associated with a talking horse but when the show caught on, he wanted credit but was denied it. The producer of...
Topic: Mr. Ed- Wilbur Pope-unaired pilot

Wasn't a bad show really,Alan Young was a better fit than these people, but its by no means...

Classic TV
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Its great to see the premiere episode of this long running program,hope to see more episodes!

Firstly, I apologize for the sub-par quality of this episode, I tranferred it from an old VHS recording I had and put in on my PC. Other episodes I have vary in quality. This episode features on the panel: former New Jersey governor Harold Hoffman, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, poet Louis Untermeyer, and psychiatrist Richard Hoffman. Broadcast Information: February 2, 1950, 8PM ET, CBS Host: John Charles Daly
Topics: Classic TV, What's My Line, 1950, Dorothy Kilgallen, CBS, Comedy, Panel Show

Its great to see the premiere episode of this long running program,hope to see more episodes!

Classic TV
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Petticoat Junction was always fun to watch, this episode is no exception, and RIP Dennis Hopper.

Season 1 episode #16 Bobbie Jo and the Beatnik from January 7, 1964.
Topics: Petticoat Junction, Classic TV, 1960's

Petticoat Junction was always fun to watch, this episode is no exception, and RIP Dennis Hopper.

Classic TV
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Enjoyed it very much, Allen was at his usual best here in what was the forerunner to the "Tonight...

"The Steve Allen show" from Dec. 30, 1953, a local program on New York's WNBT, Channel 4, with show regulars Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence and guest Roger Price. Despite the odd runtime of 40 min. this Kinescope is indeed complete. The show aired Mondays through Fridays from 11:20 pm to midnight.
Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Fifties, 1953, Live TV, Kinescope, Steve Allen, NBC, WNBT,...

Enjoyed it very much, Allen was at his usual best here in what was the forerunner to the "Tonight...

Classic TV
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From what I've seen/heard/read about him, he was a man who didn't give a damn of what you thought...

Episode of "The Walter Winchell Show". It was a combination of gossip and commentary in the format of a TV Sunday-evening "news" show.
Topics: Classic TV, ABC, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, News, Gossip, Walter Winchell, 1953

From what I've seen/heard/read about him, he was a man who didn't give a damn of what you thought...

Classic TV
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Well worth viewing this episode as well as the others, the picture and audio are of exceptional...

A baffling case that has multiple double crosses including a small time crook squealing on his boss to save him from the gas chamber. Season 2, Episode 46
Topics: Classic TV, Racket Squad

Well worth viewing this episode as well as the others, the picture and audio are of exceptional...

Classic TV
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Lots of Mary Hartline stuff out there.... http://www.oldies.com/product-view/5687D.html

Christmas episode of "The Mary Hartline show", a 15-minute kid show. In this local program from Chicago's WENR-TV Channel 7, Mary is assisted by musician Chet Roble. The show aired weekdays from 4-4:15 p.m. and apparently lasted only till summer of 1951.
Topics: Classic TV, 50's, Mary Hartline, Kids, Chet Roble, Live TV, Kinescope, 1950's Television, WENR,...

Lots of Mary Hartline stuff out there.... http://www.oldies.com/product-view/5687D.html

Classic TV Commercials
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Alpine was a menthol cigarette made in the US by Philip Morris and by Benson and Hedges in Canada,...

Cigarette Commercials Alpine
Topics: Cigarette Commercials, Classic TV, Alpine

Alpine was a menthol cigarette made in the US by Philip Morris and by Benson and Hedges in Canada,...

Classic TV
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Those kids now would be over 60 years old, I wonder if any of them have seen this on here, it would...

Jack Benny ep Peggy King and Art Linkletter Guests
Topics: Jack Benny, Classic TV

Those kids now would be over 60 years old, I wonder if any of them have seen this on here, it would...

Classic TV
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The uploader claims this episode is slightly incomplete,but it's all there,including commercials...

An episode of the ABC Television Network comedy "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" called "Dave's Golf Story", aired 8th of March, 1961. This episode is slightly incomplete, running at 27 minutes, but is still watchable. In this episode, David Nelson gets a hole in one at the gold course, which leads to various complications..
Topics: Classic TV, Television, TV, Classic Television, 60s, 1960s, Sixties, 60's, 1960's, 60s TV, 60s...

The uploader claims this episode is slightly incomplete,but it's all there,including commercials...

Classic TV
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Typical "for the housewives" show of the day, Betty sings,chats with others, worth a look...

An episode of the NBC daytime show from December 1954.Pretty simplistic format,some singing,some light hearted banter.This episode is from Monday,which is wish day.Today,Betty grants the wish of Ralph Richardson,a 10 year old Negro boy.
Topics: Classic TV, Betty White, NBC, 1954, Daytime, Frank De Vol

Typical "for the housewives" show of the day, Betty sings,chats with others, worth a look...

Classic TV
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The Bob Cummings Show or Love that Bob was a great show! The Jack Benny Show was a great show also,...

Love That Bob Season 4 Ep 28 Bob Retrenches
Topics: Love That Bob, Classic TV

The Bob Cummings Show or Love that Bob was a great show! The Jack Benny Show was a great show also,...

Classic TV
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Well worth watching!

A car bumps into the Clampetts at the bank. WHen the Johnsons find out they are rich they decide to sue them. Mystic Nights Videos
Topics: Beverly Hillbillies, Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Max Baer Jr., Raymond Bailey, Nancy...

Well worth watching!

Classic TV
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Was kind of corny but still worth a look, but IMO its not hard to see why it wasn't picked up, i...

Failed TV pilot called "Meet The O'Briens". Made in 1954, This TV pilot seems more like a 40's comedy short than a 50's TV program. It's easy to see why this wasn't picked up, As although it is fairly funny, they would of ran out of storylines quickly. I don't know much about this pilot. If anyone could get some info on this pilot, that would be useful.
Topics: Classic TV, Failed Pilot, Early Television

Was kind of corny but still worth a look, but IMO its not hard to see why it wasn't picked up, i...

Classic TV
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Another great show by Jack Benny, who had the best delivery of any comedian ever, and his ability...

Jack Benny News Years Day 1956
Topics: Jack Benny, Classic TV

Another great show by Jack Benny, who had the best delivery of any comedian ever, and his ability...

Classic TV
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This episode from 1961 while ok, is not one of the better shows he did, but if you're like me, a...

Jack Benny ep Jack Goes to the Cafeteria
Topics: Jack Benny, Comedy, Hilarious, 1950s, 1960s, Classic TV

This episode from 1961 while ok, is not one of the better shows he did, but if you're like me, a...

Classic TV
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Another worthwhile episode of this entertaining series, this time a story about who can con who?

Two groups of conmen have each other's pegged as marks in classic clash of the rackets. Original Air Date: Season 2, Episode 35 (1952)
Topics: Classic TV, Racket Squad

Another worthwhile episode of this entertaining series, this time a story about who can con who?

Classic TV
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This episode of Jack Bennys show is very funny, it includes Bing Crosby, George Burns and a cameo...

Jack Benny ep Goldie, Fields and Glide
Topics: Jack Benny, Comedy, Hilarious, 1950s, 1960s, Classic TV

This episode of Jack Bennys show is very funny, it includes Bing Crosby, George Burns and a cameo...

Comedy Films
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One of my favorite, if not my FAVORITE Stooges episode!

The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, Shemp) are tailors and are heavily in debt. Could a big reward for the capture of a fugitive bank robber answer their financial prayers? You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page .
Topics: comedy, short, three stooges

One of my favorite, if not my FAVORITE Stooges episode!

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IMDB lists this episode as originally airing on Jan 3,1952. good show to watch, i plan on watching...

A young couple buys a car with plans of getting married and driving to Arizona for their honeymoon, but the brakes fail on the car despite the dealer's assurance that the car had been thoroughly checked. Captain Braddock suspects fraud. Episode includes great footage of how crooked car dealers make "dogs" look like good cars. Season 2, Episode 13
Topics: Classic TV, Racket Squad

IMDB lists this episode as originally airing on Jan 3,1952. good show to watch, i plan on watching...

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If you like the Untouchables or Roaring 20s gangster stories, you'll love this!

The Lawless Years is the first television crime drama set during the Roaring 20s, having predated ABC's far more successful The Untouchables with Robert Stack by six months. The 47-episode half-hour series aired nonconsecutively on NBC from April 16 to August 27, 1959, from October 1, 1959, to January 19, 1960, and, finally, from May 12 to September 22, 1961. It starred James Gregory as real-life NYPD Detective Barney Ruditsky, with Robert Karnes as Max, his associate. Ruditsky, who had become...
Topics: Third Eye Cinema, The Lawless Years, James Gregory, Classic TV, Jack Chertok, Gangsters, 1959,...

If you like the Untouchables or Roaring 20s gangster stories, you'll love this!

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This is actually parts of two different episodes, interesting that the audience seems to be taken...

Misc episode of "Arthur Godfrey Time", kinescope of a 1955 broadcast.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Daytime Television

This is actually parts of two different episodes, interesting that the audience seems to be taken...

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Thanks to who it was for uploading these episodes of The Lawless Years, enjoyed them immensely!

A gang robs stores and to ensure they're not followed, they take the victim's pants.
Topics: Classic TV, Lawless Years

Thanks to who it was for uploading these episodes of The Lawless Years, enjoyed them immensely!

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Me three!

The Lawless Years is the first television crime drama set during the Roaring 20s, having predated ABC's far more successful The Untouchables with Robert Stack by six months. The 47-episode half-hour series aired nonconsecutively on NBC from April 16 to August 27, 1959, from October 1, 1959, to January 19, 1960, and, finally, from May 12 to September 22, 1961. It starred James Gregory as real-life NYPD Detective Barney Ruditsky, with Robert Karnes as Max, his associate. Ruditsky, who had become...
Topics: Third Eye Cinema, The Lawless Years, James Gregory, Classic TV, Jack Chertok, Gangsters, 1959,...

Me three!

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This episode is probably cornier than most of the "Hillbillies" episodes, but as another reviewer...

Beverly Hillbillies Ep 38 Hair Raising Holiday
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This episode is probably cornier than most of the "Hillbillies" episodes, but as another reviewer...

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An early episode of Jack Bennys TV show, Bob Crosby sings a song, Mel Blanc plays one of the...

Jack Benny ep Jack Gets Robbed
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An early episode of Jack Bennys TV show, Bob Crosby sings a song, Mel Blanc plays one of the...

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Another enjoyable episode of "Ozzie and Harriet", look for Alan Hale of "Gilligans Island" fame as...

Episode #226, "Ozzie's Old Team-mate"
Topics: Classic TV, Ozzie & Harriet, Ozzie, Harriet, Ricky Nelson, Nelson

Another enjoyable episode of "Ozzie and Harriet", look for Alan Hale of "Gilligans Island" fame as...

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Bill Cullen was one of the greats of game shows, he hosted or appeared as a panelist on several,...

The Price is Right aired 01-27-60
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Bill Cullen was one of the greats of game shows, he hosted or appeared as a panelist on several,...

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The announcers name was John Cannon, he was IGaS for pretty much its entire run.

Classic Commercial for Winston Cigarettes, Taken an episode of "I've Got a Secret" which can be found here: http://www.archive.org/details/Game_Show_Lucille_Ball
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The announcers name was John Cannon, he was IGaS for pretty much its entire run.

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Ford only had a fire problem with the Pinto because of poor fuel tank location,but to say they have...

Another commercial for Edsel in 1959.
Topics: edsel, automotive, cars, commercials

Ford only had a fire problem with the Pinto because of poor fuel tank location,but to say they have...

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I hadnt seen "House Party" since i was a kid, well worth a look, Art Linkletters charm is something...

Excerpt from the TV series "Art Linkletter's House Party", featuring guest Lucille Ball. I'm hoping to find some complete episodes, but this excerpt is all that I can find.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, 60's, 60s, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, Lucille Ball, Kinescope, Kinescopes

I hadnt seen "House Party" since i was a kid, well worth a look, Art Linkletters charm is something...

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This show is like a fire department version of M Squad,both set in Chicago, both narrated by the...

An episode of the United States anthology TV series "Cavalcade of America" called "Chicago 2-1-2". In this episode, the fire department tries to find the person(s) behind a series of arson attacks. Aired on 30 April 1957. This copy runs about 25 minutes. It has been claimed that this is a unsold pilot.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Classic Television, TV, Popular Culture, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties,...

This show is like a fire department version of M Squad,both set in Chicago, both narrated by the...

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You also saw her in the Dick Van Dyke in several different character roles....

Love That Bob Ep 5x11 Collins The Crooner
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You also saw her in the Dick Van Dyke in several different character roles....

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Well done and a fun show to watch, interesting bit of trivia is that the "man with the shoes" Hal...

Ozzie and Harriet ep The Car Mix-up
Topics: Ozzie and Harriet, Classic TV

Well done and a fun show to watch, interesting bit of trivia is that the "man with the shoes" Hal...